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Our expert knowledge in immunology allows us to gain significant insight into your specific health conditions.

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Pediatric & Adult Care

Our services cover a broad spectrum in order to provide healthcare to children & adults.

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Allergy & Asthma

Many of our providers are highly experienced in allergy and asthma conditions.

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Clinical Research

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Type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease that is proving to be of global relevance. Far too often, people with the disease do not seek out information on the health risks, partly due to the fear that comes from the long-term bodily degenerative processes. According to a new study, for people with Type 2 diabetes, […]

Patients at Duke University are proving that it pays off to get the flu shot this season. Researchers from Duke University examined the first 55 patients, with a median age of 28.5, who needed treatment due to the flu from November 2013 to Jan. 8, 2014, and found that most of them had not received […]

Those with peanut allergies constantly live in fear of coming into contact with peanuts. However, a new study published in Lancet, gives those individuals new hope. The study suggests that oral immunotherapy—swallowing tiny, increasing amounts of peanuts over time—will decrease allergic reactions and desensitize individuals to peanuts. According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma […]

Men with higher testosterone levels and a certain gene cluster may not experience an antibody response after getting the flu shot, a finding which could affect men taking prescription testosterone. David Furman, PhD, of Stanford University in Stanford, Calif., and colleagues found that men with a higher serum of testosterone had an average 81 percent […]

On Wednesday, a Canadian woman because the first North American to die from the H5N1 avian flu virus, also known as the bird flu. She had recently traveled to Beijing and health officials believe she became infected when being exposed to birds. The virus can be transmitted to humans from either bird droppings or bird […]